unconventional, but it successfully conveyed his message. i'm marianne rafferty, now back to the 9/11 special, timeline of terror. for your latest headliance, go to foxnews.com. >> kimberly: hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino and greg gutfeld. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: oh, last night. at the dnc, the president and vice president tried to convince america that they know what they are doing when it comes to the economy. >> i don't believe that rolling back regulations on wall street will help the small businesswoman expand, or the laid off construction worker keep his home. we have been there. we tried that and we're not going back. we are moving forward, america. >> because of the decisions he has made, and the incredible strength of the american
people, america has turned the corner. >> kimberly: well, you wouldn't know it based on the job numbers that came out this morning. the unemployment rate dropped to 8.1%. why? 368,000 americans have simply dropped out of the workforce. now as of today, almost 90 million americans aren't working. employers added 96,000 jobs last month. romney reacted to the news and speeches earlier in sioux city, iowa. >> after i said earlier after the party last night, the hangover today, jobs numbers were disappointing for almost every net new job created, approximately four people dropped out of the workforce. nothing that the president has done in three-and-a-half, four years to give the american confidence he knows what he is doing when it comes to jobs and the economy. >> kimberly: all right, so eric, jobs and the economy. strong statement by romney. what do you think? >> eric: the report. every month it comes out and -- stop it, bob.
we didn't hear anything about jobs in president obama's speech last night. here are the real numbers. under obama, 200,000 fewer people working today than when he took office. 368,000 have given up hope in the last month alone. in the last three yeah years under obama, 3.5 million people given up hope. if you add that to those who dropped out of the workforce, the unemployment rate should be 11%. the labor force, lowest in 31 years. look at the chart on the next page. bob, you will moan when you see this. >> bob: is this going snob >> eric: still going on. b.h.o. under president obama the labor force dropped. number one is the lowest minute to the last 38 years. number two among men the lowest in all of history. lowest labor participation rate among men more than ever. obama talk of recovery but i
don't see it. >> kimberly: being that you are an expert in hangovers. what do you think? >> greg: that bothered me. i know hangover, you, sir, do not know hangovers. the people leaving the labor force, where are they going? did planned parenthood create generation after pill? what is happening to the country? they're all home. all the anecdotes that president obama is using are inversely proportionnal to the positive data he has. the legislation good news you have, the more anecdotal report you use. median income is a big deal i think. i has been down 4 grand. that is 20 barbie two-story beach houses. for dana. k.g., four dresses. >> kimberly: dana, what did you make of it? >> dana: well, i thought one thing they should have done differently for the dnc. it's not a surprise that the
numbers come out on friday. they come out every, the first friday of every month. the convention the way it was set that the party in power depose second. that's why the dnc was after the republican committee. i think that president obama, however, should have given his speech monday night, labor day and given distance. i know the number is coming out on friday. i don't know what it will be, but it won't be good enough and let the convention finish itself out and end on the highest note they had, president clinton's speech. one other thing that bothered me in the sound byte that we just played, talk about wanting to go back to the good old days of the 1990s with the clinton administration. two things he mentioned were raising taxes and doing more regulation. two things that clinton did that helped the economy was lower the rate and sign a sweeping deregulation bill. all of this stuff rings
hallow. whatever good will they had coming out with their base is probably fine. but independents, everything was wiped, everything good was wiped out when they saw the number today. it's so deflating. >> kimberly: what could he have said, though? given the fact that the job numbers are a bit low, sustained long-term unemployment -- i'm coming to you, bob. you bat clean-up. the numbers are so bad, what else could he is have done? he gave a good speech with the tone and how he delivered it. >> eric: i didn't think it was that good. same speech we have seen over and over. >> kimberly: content was bad. delivery -- >> eric: delivery, good speech. couple more numbers. unemployment among blacks, 14.1%. hispanics, 10.2%. 2.5 million people still out of work. the only sector that grew jobs was drinking places. >> greg: tell me about it. >> eric: manufacturing was down. >> greg: i am responsible for 35% increase in manhattan.
obama created jobs for people counting the number of jobs that have been lost. >> kimberly: there you go. now bob? bob, here is the deal. a lot of people feel that bill clinton outshined obama. you yourself thought michelle obama was fantastic. and some people are suggesting that biden was even better. >> bob: i thought biden's speech was remarkably good. i think he made one or two mistakes in it. i was wrong. i thought obama would do, what is it again? mea culpa. which he did not do. >> kimberly: you promised us that. >> bob: i was wrong, and i admit it. but the thing about people dropping out of the workforce, remember that we're at the peak years coming up in the baby-boom generation and prim retiring. it has a lot to do with it. >> dana: but they don't want to retire. >> eric: this is the lost participant -- the population is increasing. >> bob: i want to say something. >> kimberly: where are you going? >> bob: that is ridiculous.
>> eric: we are opposite. you wear a tie, i don't. you're liberal, i'm not. i wear -- -- i'm normal, you are not. >> dana: you're both so incredibly good looking. >> bob: can i make a point? gallup came out today and showed for the first time obama is now over 50%. since the bin laden. it's been how many months? 17 months. he did get a bounce out of the conventionment romney did not. he is now ahead of romney beyond the staistical margin of error. i don't care what you think, the american people think democrats had a better convention and so do i. it was obvious -- >> dana: it doesn't matter. the con vention doesn't matter after today -- the convention doesn't matter after today. >> kimberly: eric, you migh might -- >> eric: you talked about the labor participation and end up with we had a better convention than you did. >> kimberly: that is what he does. nenee, nee nearbyr, neener.
day when it comes to firing up the base, that's the draw. >> bob: it may be true. i think it's so low and those people are not voting, half of them. the other half, split evenly. it is about getting the base turned out. >> kimberly: there was a huge expectation going in because he is a great oratro he would deliver something fantastic. you thought he'd do some kind of mea culpa. he couldn't get it through his lips. he couldn't do it. as a result you saw the reaction, social media, twitter last night. eric, you were getting quite a bit of feedback from people on it. people were expecting something. how does it move the dial or the needle of independents? boston if you are obama and defend the last three-and-a-half years, be honest, it's different than giving a speech he did in 2008. >> dana: to a person, every analyst said it's not good enough. it wasn't specific enough. it wasn't fresh enough. we saw this at the "state of the union." i was surprised that that
reaction was universal, that it was just not that good a speech. >> greg: you know what it reminded me of, did you see the polished film that opened up for obama? i don't know who produced it. >> kimberly: you have been asking all day. >> greg: i assumed it was steven spielberg. who is it? somebody is speaking in my ear. david guggenheim. then you hear clooney talking an you're supposed to feel something. but you just go, oh, not him again. >> kimberly: i did. >> greg: is that the same thing when you hear obama, not like the soaring, you know, oratory rhetoric that you go, it's great. you go i heard this before. like running in to an ex, on street. >> bob: i ran into my ex. >> greg: you ran over your ex. >> bob: scared the hell out of me. >> eric: did you hear in the piece, the movie at the beginning. bill clinton was in there and he said i really respect president obama because he did the same thing i would have done given the chance with bin laden. i heard that, i was like wait
a minute. he had the first kill shot at bin laden and gave it up, right? no? no? >> bob: there was not firm enough intelligence on that. i give bush credit for setting up the intelligence that eventually got him. >> dana: but it brings up the commercial that the obama campaign got in a lot of hot water for. that had him at the time if he was president he wouldn't have taken the shot. so it's the undercurrent of a talking point from a few months ago. they didn't update president clinton. >> bob: what did you think about obama took on romney hard? >> greg: i thought he did and i thought he had to. my question is about the media. will they treat the overt patriotism that you saw last night, the same way they treated it in tampa, the hort answer is no. the -- the short answer is no. the long answer is nooooo. >> kimberly: on that note -- stick around for more weird
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♪ ♪ >> eric: four years ago, barack obama warned us about what he had planned for our great republic. >> we are five days away from fundamentally transforming the united states of america. [ applause ] >> eric: to think we elected him anyway. here we are, halftime in the obama plan. here is the president last night, pay special attention to the confident, almost arrogant way he sums up his position. >> i recognize the type of change that i first spoke to this convention. times have changed and so have i. i no longer just a candidate. i'm the president.
[ applause ] >> eric: well, yes, sir, you are the president. and america is in the process of being fundamentally transformed. transformed from nation of makers to a nation of takers, nation of employed to nation of where is my ebt card and free cell phone cry babies. not all of us are sure we want four more years of the obama zombie nation. time and time again last night. not sure we want you to finish what you started. kimbo, you like the delivery of this, not necessarily the content. >> kimberly: right. yes. >> dana: really? >> kimberly: i didn't like the content at all. i thought joe biden's came off more genuine and much more, i don't know, just real. specific examples and anecdotes. i likeed it. i thought it was familiar and nice. with obama i was expecting something really special, and spectacular. i remember when i first saw him speak at the dnc years ago and everybody was so moved by him. now what is he going to do? no substance there whatsoever.
his wife gave a better speech than him. biden gave a better speech than he did. clinton by far, gave a better speech than him. why did he do that? he set himself up for a fail and gave no one a reason to vote for him again and yet change their mind. >> dana: did you see the excuses today, president obama decided to dial down the speech a little bit so it wouldn't as good, or some criticism. that was a doozie. book one thing for sure some people listen because gallup is out today as i said before, he is six points ahead of romney. listen to this, whether you like what obama said or not, i think he should have been more specific, but you look at him and put mitt romney next to him and realize how much better a candidate he is than romney ever could hope to be. >> greg: can i aggres address t? this goes to what i said yesterday. liberals have a great messengers and poisonous message. conservatives have a real
message, so powerful that the liberals steal it when they need it. talk about families and trot out the military, which is a conservative area. they become conservatives when they want to win. conservatives could learn from the liberals on delivering a message. >> kimberly: photoshop back in jerusalem and god in platform. >> eric: why do you think romney failed to mention afghanistan or the military at all? davis i was thinking about that last night. i don't know. i think that they should have at least said something. i think it might have been out of respect for president obama and not try to bring in the military to a political discussion. >> eric: tough call. i would have mentioned, you know, typically -- >> dana: he would have gotten criticism for bringing it up. >> eric: cue up joe biden for a second. >> america is not in decline. america is not in decline. i've got news for governor romney. and congressman ryan.
gentlemen, never ever, it never makes sense, it's never been a good bet to bet against the american people. [ applause ] >> eric: dana, where have i heard -- romney or ryan betting against the american people ever? >> dana: i don't know. i hate being yelled at in a speech and being pointed out like that. the thing about this competitiveness issue, america in decline if you look at the report that came out just this week, america dropped further down on the competitiveness scale. so actually, business owners in america are feeling that. the wasted time they spent in four years, they haven't dealt with the entitlement reform or tax reform, there is a rumor he might come out yesterday and support simpson-bowles all of a sudden. hardly a nod to it. he hardly mentioned the biggest fundamental change he made to america which is obamacare. he is not proud of it and talk about it.
he can't expect people to all of a sudden start liking it. >> bob: you expect romney to say something as well. he didn't say a single thing, nor did romney about where we'll take the country. no specific plans. >> greg: when you are rallying cry is we are not in decline, you are in deep, dee deep -- and show you're in trouble when putin is endorsing your candidate, because when the person that is rooting against your success wants obama in -- >> kimberly: doesn't it tell you everything? my god, look at numbers, bob. you have can't liquid papeer the whole thing and brush oaf it. they feel like if they say it enough they will hypnotize the psychic friends network. and tell everybody it's okay. when it's not. dais not the immediate fiscal crisis, no, but i think that if you have this few people in the workforce, how much harder is it going to get to reform and deal with our entitlement program? much harder if you don't have people actually participating.
>> eric: do you think america is better i have a than we were -- >> bob: absolutely! >> eric: household income is down. >> dana: stock market is up. it doesn't matter if you lost your job. >> bob: if you go back four years ago, mortgages were going under, on the vernal of depression, and are you telling me that -- >> eric: it's doubled over the last four years. not would be economic number better now than four years ago. >> kimberly: i want to clarify something quickly because we talked about romney. there has been criticism with respect he acknowledged the military. he did specifically acknowledge the military in speech. if you look at the transcript he's there. but he didn't make mention of afghanistan. that was for a reason. >> bob: what are -- >> eric: we have to go. coming up against a hard break. coming um, democratic congressman says republicans are bigoted party. no on god and bune of antisemitic remarks out of the
♪ ♪ >> dana: welcome back. democrats like to claim they're the party of tolerance and incollusion, but is it true? jon stewart sent his own people to charlotte to find out. >> what do you teach them about inclusion? >> you can't teach them anything. >> questionable on any kind of thoughts that involve more than two or three sentences. >> we are the big party and we
will let anybody in unless they're carrying guns. >> who needs 146 million people in your party. >> we don't stereotype or generalize. >> the tea baggers jeppize because they're narrow-minded people. >> this historically is the party of tolerance. >> tea bagers are the least tolerant. they're destroying us. >> dana: you can make the call on whether you think that is tolerant. we're cracking up here. keith ellison from minnesota says republicans are a bigoted party. he told a liberal magazine "why do they want to become the party of hate? they are hating op immigrants from latin america. demonstrating hatred toward muslims. demonstrating hostility toward women. they act like they don't like gay people. who is their party supposed to be made up of in 20 years?" >> bob: eric bolling. >> greg: the idea that you are against hate allows you to preach hate. like animal activists running a dog fight. i have to talk about the daily
show thing. i'm not a person who likes to express gratitude over sympathetic portrayal in the right in the media because it's pathetic, but that was one of the best pieces i have ever seen. something happening at the daily show where they are either, they're not moving from the left, but they are becoming, i don't know, i don't know more -- >> dana: one of the few places where you can find criticism. criticism has done in humor can be very effective. >> dana: amazing segment. one of many showing up on the daily show. >> kimberly: trying to become fair and balance. maybe he should come to the building more often and it will happen. >> dana: doesn't it drive you crazy when people say why do you hate people? wait, i don't hate people. then you're defending yourself for hating people. >> eric: you sound like you hate people. keith ellison, honestly, probably one of the most
extreme kengmen we have in d.c. talk about the dnc for a second. they took god out of the platform, put it back, in and the michigan delegation said we have muslim americans, why did you put god back in? why didn't -- whatever. jerusalem is out. there were anti-antisemitic attacks. attacks on nikki haley. attacked nikki haley. your friend from california who -- >> kimberly: john burton. >> eric: the attack. your party is the party of extremists. >> bob: can i say a couple of things? i'm hear canadian polar bear droppings that da nash gave me and it turns out -- >> dana: it's not chocolate. >> kimberly: i ate five of them. >> bob: let me give you two names in the republican party. todd akin and paul ripe ryan, bh redefined rape and made it legitimate rape. whatever that means. i don't have tolerance for this. >> dana: are you kidding me? >> bob: are you kidding me? >> dana: are you kidding me, bob?
i'm not going to dignify that with a question. i'll ask kimberly, you don't seem like a hater. >> kimberly: i'm not. i wish bob would share these. they're delicious. the problem is the argument they can't make it anymore. the president, the candidate didn't have good statements to make or any ideas or solutions. it's a real problem. bob talks about gallup poll and a little increase. it's not sustainable. within the margin of error. a big problem for your guy. yes, it is. >> bob: it is not. >> dana: that is weird when the jon stewart down there interviewing people. maybe it happens on conservative sites, too, but i think of myself and independent thinking. >> greg: conservatives you have eric. you have dana, me. there are different kinds. i'm a libertarian. i consider myself libertarian conservative, different kind of conservatives. on that side, the irony of the open-mindedness is the intolerance is what unites them, especially though they say --
>> dana: first, let's -- talk about what barney frank said yesterday about the log cabin republicans. when he says, i know what their motto is, the motto is uncle tom. >> kimberly: awful. >> dana: why doesn't president obama disavow that? they get to say anything they want? >> kimberly: horrible, painful statement. >> bob: are you kidding me? how many times do people say in that convention, in the hardly hot place tampa who said the socialists, democrats are socialists, communists. why didn't mitt romney denounce that? >> greg: that is a political description. >> kimberly: categorization. >> bob: some of our people went too far. i wouldn't call -- say what john burton did. >> dana: do you agree with barney frank? >> bob: what did he say again? >> dana: log cabin republicans the organization is based on uncle tom. >> kimberly: the say no, bob. >> bob: no. >> dana: advising you.
>> bob: thank you for the advice. >> eric: where were there more extreme view portrayed, republicans? >> dana: you're asking bob? coming up, clint eastwood was mocked when he took the stage, but did you hear what eva longoria said last night? greg did and he has a monologue on it. if you leave now, greg won't shake his leg when we go to break. ♪ ♪ ."
liberal celebrities are a chuckle bucket. >> mitt romney would raise taxes on middle class families to cut his own and mine. and that's not who we are as a nation. let me tell you why. because eva longoria who worked at wendy's flipping burgers, she needed a tax break. but the eva longoria who works on movie sets does not. >> greg: yep, eva longoria wants you the sacrifice because she is doing the same, offering up an entire class of americans who aren't as stinking rich as her. remember, not so desperate housewife makes millions mouthing other people's words. so easy for her to give away other people's money. sacrifice is cake when whatever the got takes still leaves you with enough cash to buy a small island. there is no difference lifestyle why between 50 and $25 million. even kimberly can't spend all that on shoes. >> kimberly: i can. >> greg: in eva's head, small family business is just like her. what a fake. i'd call her an actress, but
that's too mean. she is just a coord kid sacrificing the uncool because they didn't get rich playing make believe. then there is kerry washington. >> today there are people out there trying to take away rights that our mothers, our grandmothers and our great grandmothers fought for. rights that we fought for. our rights to vote. our right to choose. our right the affordable quality education. equal pay. access to healthcare. and we, the people, cannot let that happen. >> kimberly: my goodness. >> greg: she thinks someone is taking away her right to vote. maybe she is in a character for role for crusadeer for abused women in afghanistan. where do they live? what america do they innant the cokeed up hollywood.
scarlet johansen says her friends needs planned parenthood. why don't you help them rather than me. i don't want hollywood to reproduce but i won't pay for the option. don't you see the difference? don't you get it? if you would like to discuss it further i'm free for dinner. i'll pay. i know how helpless women can be. >> kimberly: my goodness. >> eric: wow! >> dana: i am so glad you will be picking up the check. >> kimberly: for once! >> eric: that was a little angry. >> kimberly: fired up. >> greg: i don't care. do you think i really care? here is the thing, kerry washington, i want to -- i want to ask dana a question. you can still play with your phone. washington was so into it, she created so many straw men it was a fire hazard. there is nobody trying to do any of those things. nobody is trying to take away the birth control or right to vote. >> dana: i was thinking what
does it she mean taking away the right to vote? i suppose if she was illegal immigrant voting illegally and there was a voter i.d. law, maybe -- >> bob: that is what she is talking about. >> dana: but she is not an illegal immigrant. no one taking away her right to vote. >> eric: woman's right to vote. >> dana: you say that women should haven't the right to vote. >> bob: who says that? >> dana: you do. >> bob: wait a minute. when did i say that? >> greg: you say it all the time. you're not included with the conversation you're playing with your phone. >> bob: everybody else does it. >> dana: in a commercial break. >> kimberly: not when we're live, bob. >> bob: what do you mean i say that? >> greg: there are too many people spouting off political opinions and not making quality entertainment. i can't find a good movie to see. >> eric: kerry washington, she delivered a joe biden, barack obama speech.
>> greg: emotional. >> eric: very emotional, well delivered and had no idea what was coming out of her mouth. >> greg: i want to go to k.g. >> kimberly: that this is what is upsetting about the women. what country do you think we're in it's demeaning for all the accomplishment and rights that we are able to enjoy every day in this country when other people are suffering. women in afghanistan. makes them look ridiculous and no creditability to say this. >> greg: bob? >> bob: trying to catch a fly. >> dana: it's a mosquito. >> greg: we have bugs. i don't know who brought them in. let's ask the producer, that do you want me to do? we got to tease. coming up, "the five" co-host juan williams caught up with valley variety at the democratic national convention and ask her questions she is not used to being asked. she's not being used to asked? i don't know. anyway, you don't want to miss
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♪ ♪ >> bob: welcome back to five five. i just got sandbagged by two of my colleagues about women not being able to vote. i never said that. seriously. our pal juan williams spent the week in charlotte at the dnc convention. yesterday he caught up with one of president become bam key advisors valerie jarret. take a look. >> i want to ask three things. you met with hillary early on about being v.p.? >> not true. >> you called off the bin laden raid three times? >> not a single time. let alone three times. never had a conversation with the president about the bin laden raid. never once. >> that you kicked out bill daily, rahm emanuel? >> of course not. they're from chicago. old friends. i have known both of them as long as i've known the president. >> you pushed the president
hand in terms of requiring churches, church affiliated institutions to offer birth control as part of the health insurance? >> we know that recommendation came from kathleen sebelius. >> bob: juan joins us now from washington. you packed a lot in those questions there, juan. by the way, your education special was terrific. but tell us, what did you think of valerie? is she happy? she didn't seem happy with the questions. >> her aides were around us and the producer with "the five" was with me. they were telling her to cut off the interview. at one point valerie jarret said hey, i thought you were going to ask me three things because i went on to ask her added questions. she tolerates it and said okay. it was clear i was pushing the limits there with her. she has known the president for 21 years. she is his closest advisor. everybody is profiling her as the real power in the obama white house. some people say she is his mother figure. whatever. but you know, when i said are you really his mom, she said
i'm not that old. >> bob: i willed to one of your questions you asked her and 45 minutes later i heard the answer. you did pack a lot in the questions. do you have questions for juan on this? >> eric: did you get my e-mail? i wanted you to ask miss jarret is there anything in the last four years that president obama did wrong? >> well, you know, i got your e-mail but it was after the interview. >> dana: timing is everything. >> when you ask her questions like that, she comes back to the idea that the president is inclusive. it asked her about sandra fluke. i said hey, bill maher said the worst thing about conservative women, how come the president didn't say anything about that? she said look, nobody questions this president in terms of his ability to reach out to people, to be inclusive. i think she is really smart. evasive. didn't give me great answers though i thought the questions were quite pointed. >> bob: juan, we'll move on to another part of your interview. sorry. you get the first one, i promise. you said you were going to
move on. >> people often times -- vice president biden said this thing put y'all back in chains. then there are charges romney campaign is race baiting with the welfare attack. work to welfare requirement changed and watered down. finally charges with the voter suppression effort, in terms of voter i.d. requirements by the republicans but the fact is it's racially motivated. is there a racial element to this campaign, to your mind dangerous? do you fear people will say that you and the president are playing the race card? >> no, i'm not concerned about that at all. i know what the president makes up each and every day thinking about. is how to move our country forward. how to make it inclusive country, how to make sure there is room for everybody at the table. >> bob: juan, by the way, man, i give you a lot of credit for asking that question. kimberly you want to ask juan a question. >> kimberly: i do. coming away from the interview and spending the time with her, do you sense she has the driving force and power within the administration presently?
do you think she will continue to do so if the president is re-elected? >> kimberly, absolutely. you know what struck me, she is so intense. i don't know how long someone can hold your stare, but she was staring right in my eyes the whole time. that struck me that this woman is on her game. she has the president's back. i think she sees herself as his tough guy in that white house, other people may have political or personal ambitions. her only ambition is the president best interest. she feels that that is her role. she is going to protect him. i think during the interview, the reason she was so evasion i on all the questions i think is that she wanted to make sure she was on message. she wasn't going to answer me. she was delivering the president's message. >> bob: let me ask the sandbaggers here. do you want to ask a question? >> dana: one thing i would have been interested to hear why they haven't had a cabinet meeting since january, "state of the union." why don't they have a jobs council. does she feel responsibility in the situation that they're in now when they knew the job
numbers were going to be what they were going to be and not done anything to protect the president on that level. >> no, i think from her perspective, she feels that the president has a plan. it asked her the question you know, given the numbers and given the fact that people, conservatives are always saying hey, look at these numbers, are we better off than four years ago? absolutely not. it opened the door. how do you feel? you are so close to the president, do you feel he has improved the economy? she said look, this president is working hard. he is has a plan. she went to the same riff that you heard during the president's speech last night. so she said he wants to build infrastructure. all that stuff you heard. i think a lot of is it a set piece at this point. but, you know, that is what she said. she didn't get off message. >> bob: juan, we have a few seconds here. greg has a serious question. >> greg: i love her when she was in the go-gos. >> bob: that is good. >> juan: wrong woman. boston that great that the gasolineup will poll came out and showed obama with a big
bump and romney lost ground? >> you know, i don't know, this is so amazing to me that the audience, the audience, even for wednesday night when the football game was on was bigger for bill clinton than it was for the same night during the republican convention. the size of the audience and the bump. >> bob: i think it was a great interview. great job. good for obama. okay, one more thing is next. ♪ ♪
there is one more thing. one more thing. one more thing. one more thing. >> bob: thank, jim! >> kimberly: copycat! that was the best part of his speech. of the whole convention, in fact. >> bob: who was that? is that yours? >> kimberly: no. that was the control room one more thing. greg? >> greg: my one more thing is a banned movement. i call it phantom pointing. i'll show you some tape of mr. biden doing it. when you enter or exit a stage and you just arbitrarily pointing at people. as though you are intimately acknowledging their existence. >> kimberly: i love it. >> greg: when you're not even looking at anybody. rumor has it, he pointed all the way back home to d.c. >> kimberly: it makes everyone feel good. oh, hi. thank you for including me.
>> dana: going off topic and talk about the paralympics. it was awesome today. wounded warrior. blinded. his name is brad snyder. he joust won the gold at the london paralympics game. from st. petersburg, florida. we're proud of him. i love to watch it. i'm so proud of him. >> kimberly: god bless him. nice story. okay. >> dana: now back to politics. >> no politics on this one. remember angela who was trying to feed kids in philadelphia and the city said she required a permit. it was going to cost her. >> kimberly: you were going to pay for it. >> eric: i sent her $1,000 check, to update you. take a look at the picture. she was thrilled. those were the kids she was feeding. she e-mailed me last night and said we went in front of the city council, the city council excused her of the $1,000 permit and gave her permit so the full $1,000 goes to feeling the kids.
>> greg: ask for the money back! >> eric: stop it, greg. those kids deserve it. >> kimberly: terrible. >> bob: got to get out of here. my former boss jimmy carter set record for longest post white house 31 years. tough time as president but a wonderful job in a lot of things, eradicating diseases around the world. give him credit and the carter center as well. thank you, boss. >> eric: he didn't get a second term. >> bob: you had to say that. i said he eradzcated diseases, and you sat there and dumped on him. >> kimberly: i want the talk about prince harry. something important. what happens in vegas, gets sent to afghanistan, people. don't think it's going to be a secret. so poor harry with clothes on is going to afghanistan. we're happy he will serve his country and help us out over there. he is going to the -- southern afghanistan. begin a four-month combat tour on a gunner. >> dana: let it not be said that the queen is not